San Antonio – St. Mary’s University head baseball coach Charlie Migl announced on Wednesday the signing of Weston Heiligman to a national letter of intent to join the Rattlers, starting with the 2010-2011 season.
Heiligman (Fr., Castroville, Texas) recently finished a record-setting career for coach Carl Keller at Medina Valley High School. He was a two-time all-district pick and played in the San Antonio All-Star Game. Heiligman received All-State Tournament honors and finished his career tied for the school record in wins. He helped lead MVHS to a state semifinalist berth, as well as regional semifinals and area finalist finishes. He was also a two-year letterwinner for the football team. Off the field, he earned the Academic Achievement Award.
St. Mary’s finished the 2010 season with a 40-19 record and won the Heartland Conference regular season title. The Rattlers advanced to the NCAA Division II South Central Region Tournament in Warrensburg, Mo. St. Mary’s had nine student-athletes earn All-Heartland Conference honors, while Head Coach Charlie Migl earned Heartland Conference Coach of the Year recognition.
St. Mary’s is home to 13 Academic All-Americans and 225 student-athletes who have earned regional or national academic awards.